Abed lost both of his legs in a mine accident in 2018 in Syria. Access to Humanity & Inclusion's rehabilitation services has changed his life.
Near Raqqa, Syria, Humanity & Inclusion’s clearance team has cleaned up piles of sulfur, a chemical used to produce explosive devices.
Mario Rui Monteiro is a young man from Mozambique. He used to be bullied at school. Through Humanity & inclusion's inclusive education actions, he has made friends and can pursue his dreams of becoming a lawyer.
Both of Abderamane’s legs were amputated after a wound became seriously infected. With the support of Humanity & Inclusion, and thanks to his own determination, he now has hope for the future.
- Central African Republic
Bamboo grows naturally in about 20 of the countries in which Humanity & Inclusion works. A historic symbol of our operations, bamboo is regularly used by our teams, particularly in Asia.
Almost a week after the earthquake, the disaster's impact is alarming: more than 380,000 people have been affected by the disaster, including thousands who are homeless.
Atlas Logistique, Humanity & Inclusion's Logistics Division, is supporting the emergency response to Storm Daniel, which devastated Derna and other parts of eastern Libya.
A 6.8-magnitude earthquake shook Morocco on Sept. 8, 2023. Humanity & Inclusion has been present in the country for 30 years and is working alongside its Moroccan partners to help survivors.
A 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck the Al-Haouz province of Morocco at around 11 p.m. on Friday, September 8. Humanity & Inclusion has been present in the country since 1993 and shows its support for Moroccans.
Istabraq Lazim Muhammed joined Humanity & Inclusion's clearance team in Salah al Din, Iraq, earlier this year.
Mireille, 2, lives with intellectual disabilities as well as the challenges of malnourishment. In Chad, Humanity & Inclusion is promoting her growth and development through stimulation therapy.
Chue Por is the survivor of a cluster munition explosion in which he lost his arm. With the support of Humanity & Inclusion, he has regained his mobility.
Awa is raising the awareness of young men and women about sexual health issues in Kolda, Senegal. Her objective? For everyone to have access to the information and the health services they need.
In September 2022, Hurricane Ian hit Cuba with winds of greater than 125 mph. A year later, Humanity & Inclusion is still actively responding to the emergency and helping communities become more resilient to future disasters.
Saly, 22, lives in the Kolda region of Senegal. She is a peer educator working to raise the awareness of young people about sexual health and disability issues.